1) daemon: i.e, a demon
A typical Victorian word associated with any of the many beasts and "demons" which were supposed to be born in hell.
2) XX-Daemon-XX: i.e, an internet persona
An oft-amusing, whimsical forumer whose intent seems to be personal amusement. In the ongoing attempt to do this, however, more restraint is shown than, say, Matt
1. The daemon ate my babies.
2. XX-Daemon-XX ate my babies.
program that runs in the background of the system. Often signified with the -d suffix on the end of a program name.
In short, they are your soul. The spelling is taken from the His Dark Materials
books. The concept in the books was taken from Aristotle
's concept of a daimon
who was his spiritual guide.
A daemon in our world is incorporeal, more of a voice in your head. When people visualize them, they are usually animals. They can shapeshift to almost anything. Eventually they will settle
as an animal that reflects your personality and character the best.
My daemon is settled as a red fox
Variant of daimon.
Daimon: "An attendant spirit"
"Computer Science: A program or process that sits idly in the background until it is invoked to perform its task."
I have several daemon processes running in the background that attend to my various needs.
the medieval spelling of the word demon
stray ye not far at night lest ye be taken by the dæmons
Another word for melon.
Girl 1: Hey, did you just see that Daemon!?
Girl 2: Yeah! It looked pretty juicy!
A special denomination of the id
. Has the power to distort your emotion and feel space and memory mingling in your body. Often takes the form of an anthro
when you imagine it as yourself, which is perfectly normal. Is also called a familiar or shikigami.
My daemon is called Ulysses Rhinehardt. He's a fox.
A person who tells bad sexual jokes and wanks in public toilets
1. That joke was terrible, he is such a Daemon
2. Tim been in the toilet for a while he must be chucking a Daemon